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Ttiugsday, August 1, 1912.
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for less than 25 cents.
CHAIR DOCTOR R. H. Stanley, ex
pert furniture repairor and up
holsterer. Carpets beat, relaid
and repaired, bed springs re
stretched, chairs - wired, rubber
tires for baby buggies. 26 First
avenue, opposite First National
Bank. Phone 413-J.
W ANTE D $ 2,0 0 0bn-dislHbhTcity
property. Will pay 8 per cent In
terest, short term. See Gillette &
FOR T R A D E W hat have you?-160
acres in Weld county, Colorado;
small house, plenty good water.
Address J. Baron, 304 Mechanic
St., Ashland., 13-lnio.
BIlROAINSIXT-ENTS A few new
tents, used for only ten days dur
ing the Chautauqua, at special .re
duced prices. 345 East Main St.
Cameron & Patty. 15-tf
IIOW'DO" YOU DO? YesTit'ls- hot
weather.- You want a carriage?
All right. Where to, at what time
and place, please? All right. See
E. N. Smith, 124 Morton St., phone
LOST One bay mare, 9 'years old,
weight 1,000 lbs.; small bronze
bell on neck, roached, brand n.
One bay horse, 9 years old, weight
1,000 lbs., slit in right ear, lame
in left hind ankle. $25.00 reward
when delivered at Ashland Meat
Co., Ashland, Ore. Mrs. H. A.
Thomas. - 17-3t
FOR RENT Bedroom, with use of
sitting room and bath. Also table
board. Mrs. Nathan Durkee, 64
house, furnished or unfurnished:
large lot, iruit. Reasonable rent.
773 Boulevard, L. H. Klum.
'FOR RENT Furnished housekeep
ing rooms; ground floor; hot and
cold water; bath. Call at mil
linery store, Second street, near
BiCYCLES FOR RENT New and
second-hand bicycles for sale
cheap. Bicycle repairing, prompt
service, good work, low prices. All
kinds of tires and supplies at cut
prices. Eastern Supply Co., 104
North Main. 77-tf
FOR SALE Good dairy cows. Phone
803-F-5. . 18-5t
FOR" SALE An Oliver typewriter.
See GilHsathTjdings. tf
HOUSE H O LtTF Cli NlTU RE for sale.
Good as new. Call at 520 Terrace
HIGH-GRADE UPRIGHT PIANO for
sale at a bargain, or will trade for
team. Call Carson-Smith Lumber
FOR SALE Acreage located on the
Boulevard, near railroad. Call on
or address Mrs. C. W. McKlbben,
Route 1, Ashland. 82-tf
TIDINGS WANT ADS are little real
estate salesmen. A 50-cent want
ad will put you in touch with
somebody who wants the property
you have for sale. Try It.
FOR QUICK SALE A 4-room house
on large lot, well located; bath,
pantry, toilet, hot and cold water,
garden,- fruit, and chicken pen.
Will sell cheap. 156 Eighth St.
FOR-SALE Single harness$7 and
up; with collar and names, $10.
Made in Ashland; our own make.
Don't buy factory made harness.
Eastern Supply Co., 104 North
CLEARANCE SALE OF FORE
CLOSED CHATTELS One heavy
spring wagon, 1 light buggy, 1 set
light double harness, 1 set breast
single harness, 1 set collar single
harness. Call at Trefren's, 43 8
North Main, telephone 226-R, and
examine the property. 4-tf
FOR SALE Cheap,nearly new fur
niture, davenport, library table,
rockers, dining table, dining
chairs, all quarter-sawed oak;
brass bed, axmlnster rugs, body
brussels rugs, heater, kitchen cab
inet, gas range, high-grade upright
piano. Call at 85 Union St. 18-2t
FOR SALE 500 thoroughbred sin
gle comb White Leghorn hens,
Wyckoff strain, one year old. Any
one wishing a start of the very
best egg-producers cannot do bet
ter than to purchase some of these
hens. They all must go, as I need
the room for my young stock.
Price $8.00 per dozen. P. O. ad
dress, 0. O. Helman, Ashland, Ore.
Phone 145. 16-lmo.
FOR SALE OR" EXCHANGE Eleven
acres; all fruit; free soil; pears,
apples and alfalfa; . three crops;
sub-irrigation; electric lights; fine
well, best of water; engine, tank,
spring, half acre of lawn, shade
trees, shrubbery,, bungalow with
screened porch, all new buildings;
fine location, grind view; district
of prize apples; first-class grocery
service one mile west of Talent,
and high school, five miles west
of Ashland; short walk to experi
ment station. $6,500. Owners,
Brown Bros., Talent, Ore. 12-lmo.
Gomez is Held. '
San Antonio, Texas. Emilio Vas
quez Gomez and five of his followers
are held under bonds to a federal
grand Jury on charges of violating
the United States neutrality laws.
This action was ordered at the pre
liminary hearing of the accused men.
Star Laundry and French Dry
Cleaning Company. Phone 64.
GEORGE H. PERLEY.
American Born Member of Ca
nadian Cabinet, Aid to the Premier.
COUNTY COURT REPORT
Grind of the Jackson County Court
Mostly Routine Work for
New Cases J. J. Emmons vs.
Rose Reading and G. A. Reading, ac
tion to recover money. Sadie Eliza
beth Drake vs. Chas. B. Drake, di
vorce. A. W. McCutcheon vs. Iee
dore Viola McCutcheon, divorce.
Marriage Licenses Thomas Rose
berry and Lena McKinnis. E. S.
Hock and Mamie Wright.
Probate Guardian Edna M. Gard
ner et al., guardian bond filed and
approved. Estate Walter C. Gard
ner, order discharging administratrix
and estate closed. Estate Wm. Car
rol Byrne, brder for counsel. Estate
Ole Erickson, order for counsel.
A few swift kicks by a government
mule put an automobile out of com
mission near Chehalis, Wash. The
machine had to be towed back to the
shop for repairs.
Talent Meat Matket
F. T. Guy'er, Prop.
James R. Jennings
Piano, Singing and Violin
A sixth year trained graduate of
"The Mexican Government's" Nation
al Conservatory of Music, Mexico
City. A pupil of Dr. Lebert, Stutt
gard, Germany, and voice pupil of
the world-noted Italian operatic sing
er, "Quintile Leone," gives lessons in
your own home at very low rates.
Consular and private recommenda
tions as well as certificates and dip
lomas are at the disposition of the
public. Address 107 Fourth street,
For the balance of the season I
will sell $5.00 Indian Runner duck
eggs for $2:00.
$5.00 Orpingtons $2.50
!2.50 Orpingtons 1.25
Two settings 2.00
$3.00 White Leghorns 1.50
Two settings 2.50
Barred Rocks, good ones 1.50
Black Minorcas 1.00
Also have some nice Berkshire pigs
$10.00 up, a fine Jersey bull calf and
two two-year-olds. Address
E. A. KRUSE
Beaver Realty Co.
108-acre farm, woodland, partly
good for orchard when cleared, in
good orchard location, stream of wa
ter,' small buildings; 2 miles from
railroad. Wood enough to pay for
the place. Price, $35 per acre.
120 acres of land In southwest
Texas, under ditch, no buildings, to
trade for Ashland home.
Wanted to list Good ranches,
large and small, to trade for Ashland
Lots for sale in choice addition to
town, from $75 up.
Wood ranch for sale. Down hill
pull to market. Good terms.
Exchange made i nail kinds nf rent
estate. Have places in different
parts or uregon and In California to
trade ror Ashland property.
City property for .sale; also farms,
large and small, Improved and unim
proved. Easy terms.
For particulars inquire of
Beaver Realty Company
211 E. MAIN ST.
Phones: Pacific 68, Home 3-L.
Scale receipts at Tidings office.
Roseburg Grand Jury Investigates
Near-lteer Sule and Finds True
Hill Will Sift Matter.
Charged with unlawfully selling in
toxicating liquor, Hyman Wollen
berg. Dr.. A. C. Seely, W. H. Sykes,
Frank G. Micelli and Claude B. Can
non were jointly indicted Monday
with the Roseburg Brewing & Ice
Company by the grand jury in two
separate indictments. The first in
dictment charges these defendants
with unlawfully selling intoxicating
liquor to one Henry Andrie on July 3
of this year. The second indictment
is practically the same as the first
except that it Is brought for having
made the sale to one Joe Bartholo
may. Sensation after sensation has fol
lowed the raid made on July 3 by
Sheriff George Quine and his depu
ties. On that date every near-beer
emporium in the city was raided by
the officers of the law and a keg of
the product of the Roseburg brewery
taken, from them. At the same time
the brewery was invaded and some
of the product found there taken into
custody of the sheriff. Later on ex
aminations of the product were made
by well-known and expert chemists
from, the state university. Upon the
analysis made by these experts war
rants were issued out of Justice of
the Peace Marsters' court and the
defendants were arraigned before
him. Last week Judge J. W. Hamil
ton Issued a call for the grand jury
to appear in special session and on
last Friday this body convened and
began an exhaustive probe into the
affairs of the local brewery. On last
Saturday the grand jury returned in
dictments against the brewery and
Oscar Klinke and Joseph Heidenrich,
both employes of the brewery-.
This was but the beginning of the
probe. The jury .was determined to
fasten the blame, if blame there was,
on those higher up in the brewery.
The books of the brewery were taken
into the sessions of the jury and
from these the officers and directors
were ascertained. The indictments
returned are based upon what the
Jury found in these records.
It is the general opinion that the
grand jury will not stop in its inves
tigation of the brewery until the very
bottom has been reached. The Rose-
bury Brewing & Ice Company is a
private corporation and does its busi
ness through its officers and direct
ors. If the law has been violated it
is alleged that the officers and di
rectors are the ones who are respon
sible and not the man who delivers
the product to the purchasers.
In all probability the pleas that
will be entered next Saturday will be
"not guilty." The cases will likely
be tried at the special term of the
circuit court which has been called
by Judge Hamilton for September 2.
SPEED IS CAUSE.
London Investigating Committee Re
ports on Titanic Disaster.
London. Directly charging that
the steamship Titanic disaster, in
which 1,600 persons perished, . was
caused by excessive speed and de
fective arrangements for launching
and manning lifeboats, which were
too few in number, the sub-commit-appointed
by the British board of
trade Tuesday made public its re
port. The committee found that J. Bruce
Ismay, director of the steamship
company, ,was morally obliged to
perish with his vessel, although he
extenuated his escape by saying that
"had he done so it would have re
sulted only in the needless loss of
The report holds that the charge
that Lord Cosmos Duff-Gordon
bribed members of the crew to row
him away from the Titanic was un
founded. Although it criticises the
practice of going at full speed amid
ice floes at night, the committee did
not consider Captain Smith guilty of
neglect. It recommended Captain
Rostron of the Carpathia for his
quick action in responding to the Ti
tanic's wireless calls for help and
condemns the commander of the
liner California for not responding
to the Titanic's distress signals.
New Device to Be Demonstrated lie
London. Dr. Von Wranier, in con
nection with Professor Kapp of Bir
mingham University, will give a se
lect number of scientists a demon
stration of the almost Incredible pos
sibilities attaching to the invention
which he has just about completed,
which he claims will make railway
accidents practically impossible.
It is called the "rallophone" and
has attracted a great deal of atten
tion since the railroad world first
heard of its existence. The instru
ment renders possible telephonic
communication with a railway train
in motion and by Its use it is possible
"to pick up those feeble currents
which are received by the train, and
to relay them up Into stronger cur
rents to operate electric bells or
hooters, or even to put the brakes
on trains, or to stop them at the
will of the signalman at the station."
WIRELESS IN AIR.
Theory is Currents Can Be Contnoled
Mineolo, N. Y. A series of experi
ments is to be undertaken on. the
aviation field here this week, whicfi
may mark a notable advance in the
conquest of the air. Experts from
the signal corps of the state national
guard will try out a new device for
calming the air waves In the Imme
diate vicinity of a flying aeroplane
by means of wireless transmission of
electricity. The theory is that the
wireless will control the air currents
in much the same way as oil poured
on a storm-tossed sea stills the trou
JAPAN'S EMPEROR DEAD
Mikado Passed Away Early Tuesday
Morning of Nephritis Succes
Mor is 3:1 Years of Age.
Tokio. Worn out by increasing
debility, due to a diabetic condition,
Mutsuhito, emperor of Japan, died
early Tuesday at the imperial palace,
while the elder statesmen of the na
tion and Yoshohito, his son, were by
his bedside. Immediately following
the Mikado's death, Yoshohito as
sumed supreme authority. It is not
believed the change in rulers will
have immediate effect on the policies
Yoshohito is 33 years old, the son
of the late emperor and a lady in
waiting. The dead emperor had no
children with the empress. Accord
ing to custom, he was allowed 12
ladies in waiting, who Berved as sec
ondary wives. He is survived by
four children. The emperor, while
prince, was not allowed secondary
wives, but has three sons.
Mutsuhito was 59 years of age and
the representative of the oldest dy
nasty extant. He was 121st emperor'
of his dynasty, which dates back in
an unbroken line over 2,500 years.
While the emperor of Japan has
been the ruler of his country for 43
years, a period during which the em
pire has made remarkable industrial
and political progress, he has lived
a life of comparative seclusion and
has rarely appeared in the conduct of
affairs of state. He has worked
through his ministers and advisers.
The war with Russia and its success
ful termination was one of the note
worthy events of his reign.
Are Told to Join Rebel Army or
El Paso, Texas. Americans in
northern Mexico have been officially
notified by rebel commanders to give
up their arms and leave the country.
An only alternative is to join the
rebel ranks and fight against the
constitutional government of the re
public. Refugees from the Mormon
colonies in Chihuahua are flocking
to the border.
News of this unexpected develop
ment was received here by represent
atives of the Cormon colonists. A.
W. Ivins of Salt Lake City, an apostle
of the Mormon church, is making ar
rangements for the reception of the
refugees. They will be housed in
tents if necessary and the El Paso
custom house building will be thrown
open to them. Apostle Ivins has tel
egraphed complaints to Senator
Smoot of Utah and Governor Col
quitt of Texas.
According to advices received here,
rebels armed with an order from
General Ynez Salazar, commander at
Casas Grandes, and vested with au
thority from General Orozco, commander-in-chief
of the rebels, visited
the homes of the Mormons in Colonia
Dublau on Saturday and confiscated
300 rifles and much ammunition.
- This also was done at Colonia
Juarez, a neighboring settlement,
and 100 rebel cavalrymen were dis
patched to Colonia Morelos, another
American settlement to the east.
The colonists were told to give up
their arms and leave Mexico or join
the rebel army.
RACE WAR THREATENED.
Negroes Have Control of Georgia
Town Seven Killed.
Plainville, Ga. Bent on ven
geance for the slaying here Sunday
by whites of seven negroes, armed
members of their race are in posses
sion of the town and threaten bloody
retribution before night. The ne
groes outnumber the whites two to
one and it is feared that It will be
necessary to call out the state troops.
Itesides the dead, 11 blacks and four
whites were wounded. Trouble
started when a white man slapped a
negro and the latter shot him. This
started a race war in which the ne
groes took refuge in a railroad sec
tion house. The whites charged the
building and five negroes were killed
outright. The two wounded negroes
were tied to the railroad tracks and
riddled with bullets.
WILL NOT RUN.
Senator Bonnie Not to Run as Inde
Washington. Senator Bourne, re
plying to letters urging him to recon
sider his decision not to be a candi
date for re-election, many of which
have been received by him, writes
that he appreciates the evidences of
good will and confidence, but would
consider it a reflection on the pri
mary system of Oregon to become a
candidate for the senate unless Ben
Selling's nomination should be de
clared fraudulent. Initiative in de
termining this, as well as in placing
his name before the people, would
have to come, he says, from others
than himself. After adjournment
Senat6r Bourne will visit Oregon.
Cotton Bill Again.
Washington, D. C. The house
ways and means committee has de
termined to re-introduce the demo
cratic cotton tariff bill, which was
passed at the last session of congress
and vetoed by President Taft.
Mr. W. S. Gunsahis, a farmer liv
ing near Fleming,' Pa., says he has
used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy in his family
for fourteen years, and that he has
found it to be an excellent remedy,
and takes pleasure in recommending
it. For sale by Poley's Drug Store.
The big new Austrian dreadnought,
built at a cost of $12,000,000, is
found to be practically useless, ow
ing to faulty designing and construc
tion. Weekly Oregonian and Ashland
Tidings one year, $2.50.
Miss Head's School
Boarding and Day School for Girls.
Twenty-fifth year begins August 20,
MISS MARY WILSON, Principal.
Catalogue sent on request.
Belmont School for Boys
(25 miles south , of San Francisco.)
Is trying, and we believe success
fully trying, to do for the moral, the
intellectual and the physical welfare
of its boys what thoughtful parents
most wish to have done. Contribu
tive to this end are thu inrntimi nf
the school, removed from the tempta- j
tlons and distractions or town or city,
the fineness of its climate, the excel-
lence of its buildings and other equip-
nient, and the beauty and extent of i
its grounds, with the wide range of!
foothills surrounding them. We are j
glad to have our patrons and g radii-
aies consulted. For catalogue and 1
other specific inforinntimi nHii
the Head Master.
V. T. REID (Harvard),
G. N. BRINK (Pomona).
Assistant Head Master.
Denver authorities turned down a
bill for autos used to haul voters to
Deeds That Have Been Filed For Re
cord In Jackson County Since
Charles L. Hanson to Arthur R.
Ton Velle, 20 acres in twp. 36, 1 W.
C. W. McFadden to Libbie Rhodes,
50.03 acres in twp. 38, 1 W. Monte
E. Briggs to W. J. Saviers, land In
twp. 39, 1 E. George W. Milan to
W. W. Caldwell, 160 acres In twp.
40, 1 E. Joseph T. Smith to C. O.
Baker, lot 5, block 23, Butte Falls.
Ada Cornells to Ralph P. Cowglll,
land In twp. 37, 2 W.
TO CLARIFY WATER.
Medford Will Build Impounding Dam
An impounding dam that will quiet
the waters above the intake to the
city water supply and keep aside de
bris during the flood season will be
constructed before the winter. The
decision followed an inspection trip
to the intake by Mayor Canon, the
city council. Water Superintendent
George Tranna and City Engineer
When constructed the dam will
form a backwater that will act as a
settling tank, allowing the water to
become absolutely clear before it
passes Into the intake. This action
has been deemed necessary since last
spring when the Intake on several
occasions became clogged with drift.
The work will be started before'
the winter rains begin.
One of the most common ailments
that hard working people are afflict
ed with is lame back. Apply Cham
berlain's Liniment twice a day and
massage the parts thoroughly at each
application, and you will get quick
relief. For sale by Poley's Drug
Scale receipts at Tidings office.
Orchards, Homes and Farms
t In a Thriving Center in
ui iiic Koguc
Land for Sale !
74-acre tract, good house and barn, 2 miles from Talent, on
rural mall route; telephone in house; mile from school; bearing
trees; 8 acres in alfalfa. Do not have to sell, but if a person is
looking for an all-round place this is hard to beat for the price,
91-acre tract, part of which Is In the town limits of Talent, and
an ideal place to cut Into town lots or acre tracts and larger tracts.
All good land and mostly under irrigation. This is a good chance
for the right man. Will be glad to show interested parties over
this proposition any time. Talent is the town that is doin' It
Large or small tracts, close in or well out; fruit, farms, dairy,
alfalfa or, in fact, any kind of lands. If interested call on or
PHONE NO. 871-R-5, Ashland.
- marvs institute
Boarding school for young ladies
and girls. Academic, Commercial.
Intermediate and Elementary De
partments. Teachprs' Preparatory
Course. Special advantages in mu
sic. Write for catalogue. Address
r" Realdent and Da School for Glrla
vhtriie ot Biatera of St. John Baptlut KDieoul
ColLglata, Acul.mio and ELm.nUrr DapartmanU,
Mule, Art, Elocution. Gymnasium.
For catalog artdroM THE KISTKIl Kl;iKIOR
Office 24 St. Helens llnll
ror (Jirls. Conducted by the SISTtRS OF THE HOLY
NAMES OF JESUS AND MARY. GroJ,, AtodmU mnj
Olltiidii Durm. Muiic. Art, Elocution and Commer
cial Deptl. KjtUmt and Da) SMmf. Refined Moral and
Intellectual Tratninr. Write forAnnouncement. Addrrit
SISTER SUPERIOR, St. Han; Aidant, rWW
PARSONS' PRIVATE SCHOOL
Hoarding school for boys under
twelve and girls all ages. Careful
home environment. Primary, Gram
mar, College Preparatory. Special
attention to nealth. Terms, $20 to
$40 per month. Permanent board
ers taken to mountains in the long
886 Thlrt) fourth St., Oakland, California
Polytechnic College Opens Sept. 2.
Three departments: Normal, Bus
iness, and Engineering. The Nor
mal furnishes a strong course for
teachers as well as teachers' review
classes every month in the year; the
Business course contains bookkeep
ing, shorthand, typewriting, and all
commercial work; the Engineering
courses are, civil, electrical, mechan
ical, and mining.
The college is open the entire year
of twelve months.
Special teachers for each depart
ment. Thoroughness in' all lines of work.
Graduates will be aided in secur
Let young men and young women
get ready for the wonderful develop
ment of this section of the Pacific
For information address
16-lmo. ' Ashland, Ore,
Fishing Act Valid.
Olympia, Wash. Affirming the
conviction of Charles Tlce for viola
tion of the salmon fishing laws, the
state supreme court held that the act
is valid and that the legislative pro
vision fixing a different closed sea
son for Willapa harbor from that of
other fishing districts was not un
constitutional. Good Puint mid Poor Paint.
If a dealer tells you he sells the
best paint in town, ask him for a
written guarantee. If lie says a
thing and ii'I'unos to give it to you
In writing, It looks bad. We cheer
fully furnish you a written guaran
tee with GOLD SEAL PAINT because
we know that it is the best wearing
paint in the market. Swenson & Mc
One of the Garden Spots J